Booking & Information

The Concept

The WhiteRoomSupperClub is hosted in a stylish apartment overlooking London. The idea is to give people the chance to enjoy good food and meet new people in a relaxed homely atmosphere. It should just feel like a dinner party with friends. Evenings are BYO and the suggested donation is £35. Please email for reservations.
The Supper Club is located minutes from the City and the Barbican and is also close to the tube and various bus routes.

The Food

You will be served seasonal 4 course menus at the WhiteRoom. The ingredients are as far as possible locally sourced, fish comes from Steve Hatt, meat from McKenna Meat and most of the fruit and veggies from the stalls at Chapel Market.
Although menus are posted, I can always cater for dietary requirements. Just ask when booking.

Private Dinners

Having a birthday coming up or a corporate occasion to celebrate? You can book the WhiteRoom for private dinners from 8 to 25 people. Just get in touch for further details.

Saturday, 23 July 2011

Summer (?) Dinners

Despite the fact that I had to switch on the lights a couple of times at the start of the dinners in this so-called summer, guests in July enjoyed great evenings with summery food. Cod Saltimbocca on braised marrow is what you see on the right and a selection of strawberry desserts on the left.
Still hoping that in August summer will finally arrive and people can enjoy their pre-dinner drinks on the balcony. There are still some spaces available for August 4 and 11. And here again the little TV feature:

Saturday, 2 July 2011

Exciting Times

Last month has been exciting. The White room supper club was featured on TV - it is in German but looks good. The link is below - check it out.
Another great adventure is the catering I am doing until July 16 for The Secret Consul an amazing guerilla opera in Limehouse Townhall. Come and check it out and have some Quiche or Cake from my kitchen.
And of course also the last few suppers were very exciting. Guests enjoyed the food and the company.